|Dick ODonnell||RE: Ft Benning|
Yes, they went through jump school there, Benning has been Jump USA for ages
Added by Dick ODonnell on Jul 30, 2015 7:09 AM
|Judyanne Waters||May I use your picture?|
Another cemetery in Marshall County is Salem.
May I use your picture of the cemetery entrance/gates? Thanks, Judy
Added by Judyanne Waters on Jul 03, 2015 12:34 PM
|Floral Designer||RE: Lawrence Mahan|
Lets do this, u make a new one yours
With a bio note ..name is on this wall at. MT HOPE CEMETERY IN YONKERS NY. Along with others
The lot is very large and was told everyone on that wall was buried there... Leave your cemetery .. U can used my photos
Then that Arlington ones will be off and a new again
Added by Floral Designer on Jun 19, 2015 9:19 AM
|Carol Taylor-Lanza||Orville Burton Severson|
Shane thank you so much for keeping these men's memories alive in so many ways. My husband and I truly appreciate you. I sponsored Buddy's page so there will not be ads on it anymore. He deserves that. Also it will allow me to add more photos which I've been able to get some from his nieces. Thank you again and my God Bless you and your fellow comrades.
Added by Carol Taylor-Lanza on Jun 06, 2015 7:19 PM
|KevinB||Inquiry on James O'Brien|
I have a question James O'Brien. The 2nd LT buried in OH. It listed you as creator. In description it said he was captured and killed by the Japanese. I am wondering where did you get this information. Was it from the POW record? I could not find anything on NARA. The reason I am asking is because my great uncle Junius D Jenkins was on the same plane and he was listed as MIA. I am trying to find more about him. Was it an engine failure? Or was it shot down? Do you by chance have more information about James O'Brien, and that will help find what happened to the rest of his crews. My grandpa wrote in his journal that someone told him the plane was crashed 80 miles inland. On the website it says it was lost at sea.
If we can find which camp he was at, maybe he had told the story about the plane to some other POWs who survived from the war.
Thank you in advance for your help! I really appreciate all your effort in doing this!
Added by KevinB on May 04, 2015 3:37 PM
|Bob Karberg||RE: Dillard Crawley|
Thank you for your most recent email. Be advised the duplicate photo was deleted. Please note Dillard's monument is located in the Citizens Cemetery, Coconino County, Flagstaff, AZ; not the Calvary Cemetery.
Added by Bob Karberg on May 03, 2015 7:16 AM
|Tim Cook||New virtual cemetery|
I've added a new VC called "Added for March 1945."
Not all entries are for March 1945 but most are. You can look and select any you want to add to yours. About the middle of next month I will change it to the next corresponding month and add new names...
Added by Tim Cook on Mar 17, 2015 7:33 AM
|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||RE: Facchini, Dario #56755315|
Sorry I took so long to reply. Back in Alaska now. I only could read 2 "In Memory Of" markers. There was only about a foot of snow but I didn't want to disturb how peaceful the undisturbed blanket of snow over the graves looked. I saw Dario Facchini's marker and one for Raymond Globokar's #56131526. I hope to be there for Memorial Day again and will photo all of the markers in the "old" Veterans' section along with the ones scattered throughout the cemetery. I've made a spreadsheet sorted by sections/plots of those I need to find. I'll see what I can find in Hibbing. They have a pretty nice website with a grave finder that maps & tags the location. Hopefully I won't run into the same problem I had with Chisholm. If they weren't buried there, they're not in the data base. I have a copy of my cousin's "In Memory Of" marker being ordered and delivered to the cemetery but he's not in the data base because he was lost at sea. Same with Dario and Raymond. If I get a nice day I'll just photo all of the Veterans' markers in Hibbing also and go from there. After I take the photos I'll contact you on how to proceed.
Added by Marybeth Novak Lindgren on Mar 03, 2015 6:40 PM
|dm wms||Re: Gregory Regnier|
I received an edit request from you to remove the memorial for my uncle. He was buried in Belgium during the war and we have records that verify that. If you will notice, on his memorial there is a note indicating that he was removed and interred at his final resting place and the memorial that documents that grave. I do not intend to remove either of the memorials. He was buried in each place and deserves a place in both. Thank you for you suggestion, but it is important to us, his family, that where he rested is honored as well as he, himself.
Added by dm wms on Feb 02, 2015 9:28 PM
|Joan Bartz||RE: Clayton Lee Adams|
If the memorials are merged, who will managed the single memorial? The contributor who created the original doesn't respond when I have asked info to be added to his memorials. The contributor who created the "duplicate" not only recorded the historical info provided by a soldier who saw Clayton's temporary grave soon after his death, but he also added the information about my father. Even though I am a relative, I am not within the Find A Grave guidelines, so it wouldn't be transferred to me. So, for these reasons, I'd rather have the duplicates.
Added by Joan Bartz on Jan 04, 2015 8:41 PM
|Barbara||Warner E Gill 56131426|
Please copy the obit info to his original memorial -- I had found the obit to add and the memorial that it is attached to was transferred to me (assumed it was the original memorial)
Added by Barbara on Jan 01, 2015 4:38 PM
|The Lady in Black||My veterans virtual cemeteries|
I've just put together virtual cemeteries for all the major conflicts on my profile page, so feel free to take a look. I don't have them separated by served or KIA--there's far too many for me to do them that way, and I just don't have the time. I'm adding to them as I go along, so feel free to check back.
Added by The Lady in Black on Dec 10, 2014 12:15 AM
|Loren Bender||Leander M. Young|
Shane I have one I could use some help on. Leander M. Young died in World war II he was from Grand island Nebraska and I found him buried in South Dakota Find A Grave #106389154. I am trying to prove his father Find A Grave #50510757 same name was killed in World War I in 1918 in France. Not used to working on World War I heroes do you have any leads. Thanks . If my hunch is right the son was born the same year his Father was killed. Thanks for any help you can give me. Loren
Added by Loren Bender on Dec 09, 2014 8:49 PM
|Michael & Allison Dillingham||Ernest A Rydeen|
Find A Grave Memorial# 37233186
A poster (with some very poor pictures) of Mr Rydeen's canteen during WWII is at my local VA Hospital. I also found an article about Mr Rydeen on line (http://frm.stparchive.com/Archive/FRM/FRM06082011p07.php)
Was going to post both, but album size is maxed out with the 5 photos that are on his memorial.
Please let me know if you'd like these items for addition to his memorial.
Added by Michael & Allison Dilling... on Dec 05, 2014 6:03 AM
|John Dowdy||john W. shaw|
Shane, Shaw appears USAAFdata.com as part of this crew and is mentioned in several forums as being KIA with this crew on this date. On the USAAF web site state is listed as unknown. That usually means that something may be wrong with the record keeping.
but i feel that this is the same guy.
Added by John Dowdy on Dec 02, 2014 5:37 PM
|Erik Brun||99th IN BN Foundation|
From all of us at the foundation, thank you!
We represent the Vets and descendants of the 99th Infantry Battalion (Sep) and we greatly appreciate this wonderful tribute to the soldiers of the Battalion.
This is our Website
and we have a very active Facebook group.
We have assisted in the publication of a book and a documentary that has just aired on some PBS affiliates. Information about both are posted on our Page and in our group.
We look forward to your continued help at connecting the lost sheep.
Added by Erik Brun on Nov 30, 2014 5:59 PM
|Debbie J||RE: James A Riley|
Sorry. He had no marker. Two of us have walked the entire cemetery and photographed the entire cemetery and found no marker. The book of markers printed in 1965 by the sexton states does not list him therefore he had no marker in 1965. i am aware that a marker was ordered for him but no kne knows what happened to it. Nothing else can be done. The internment does list him so we know that was a grave purchased in 1949. He is buried with his parents also no marker for them
Added by Debbie J on Sep 29, 2014 7:31 AM
|charmswake||Confirmation/high school certificates|
I have the confirmation certificate and high school diploma for Mr. Hanson AND confirmation certificate for Herbert Merry Hanson AND high school diploma for Cora Ethelinda Hanson. If someone is interested in these documents, let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by charmswake on Sep 27, 2014 11:53 AM
|Tina Galey-Horrall||Wayne Anderson|
I want to share...Sgt. Wayne W. Anderson was interred on 12/4/48. He is in section D/178/3- no marker. Also, if this is the correct one, he has a Jean Anderson next to him in D/178/2- interred in on 2/24/67 & she is next to Thomas J. Anderson- D/178/1- interred in on 1/3/68.
Please let me know if you create memorials for his family.
I cannot understand why he did not recieve a marker.
Take care! Tina
Added by Tina Galey-Horrall on Sep 24, 2014 2:54 PM
|John Dowdy||RE: George A Jones|
Hi Shane I updated the info on the c47 crash.
The crew on board were: Captain Ben Gibson (pilot), Lt. George Winzler (copilot), Sgt. Jack Maier (engineer), Pvt Frank Byrne (radio operator). The passengers were: Infantry Pfc's George Jones, Dudley Hutton, George Francis, Bruce Carden, Haig Sansian, Infantry Private Leroy Thomas, Infantry Sergeants Williams Yates and Clyde Wikadel, Navy Yeoman James Woodley and Donald Brakebill, Navy Seaman Edgell Powell, Navy Chief E.O. Milliron, and Flight Officer A.C. Middleton.
Sanoian may be Sansian
Jones may not have middle initial.
Added by John Dowdy on Sep 10, 2014 11:38 AM
|Jerry Clark||Fellow SAL|
Post 26 in Wyoming I to have Vets in my cemetery you can look and take what you need. I am working of the 442 Regimental combat unit WWII. I have a wall of honor of 816 names I am trying to locate.
Added by Jerry Clark on Aug 23, 2014 9:17 PM
|11thacrkia||World War II Casualties|
ShaneO - I have a virtual cemetery of WW II casualties. This is a complete list of all 54 casualties that served in the "11th Cavalry Group". Please see my profile. Regards - Allen - 11th ACR - Vietnam
Added by 11thacrkia on May 10, 2014 8:44 AM
|Tim Cook||Some World War I Soldiers|
Added by Tim Cook on Apr 17, 2014 10:16 AM
|Root_Finder||Lorren Frank Goodsell #72977505|
Hi! Lorren is the first husband of my 2nd great Aunt and I was wondering if you could please transfer his memorial over to me. Thank you!
Added by Root_Finder on Apr 15, 2014 1:19 PM
|Dr. Mike||RE: Inverness Cemetery|
As you know by now, I did in fact locate the grave you requested and posted it. Because of the nature of the request, several people got involved with this and there were several foot searches by several different persons. I've updated the Inverness City's records and also have an additional veteran's grave site photo that lies adjacent to Mr. Cato. If you would like to create a memorial for him, please let me know. Sorry to have taken so long to track down this marker, sometimes these things take time and effort. From all those involved, we hope this helps your research/catalog/family records and on behalf of the people involved, we thank young Mr. Cato for his sacrifice... we hope he is at least resting in peace in paradise.
Added by Dr. Mike on Apr 10, 2014 12:29 PM